Great Expectations; Miss Havisham Revisited
Great Expectations is one of Dickens’s best loved and critically acclaimed works. Using the text, objects and documents from our own archival collection, pupils will explore aspects of Dicken’s own life and experiences that may have influenced this work. In particular they will focus on one of Dickens’s more notorious and memorable characters – Miss Havisham; looking again at whether the common perceptions about her are justified…or not!
GCSE English Literature (9-1) Component 2: Section A – 19th-century novel
GCSE English Literature (8702), 19th Century Novel – Great Expectations
GCSE (9–1) English Literature (J352), 19th Century Novel – Great Expectations
Please note that this session requires students to have some familiarity with the novel 'Great Expectations'.
Informative and highly entertaining Dickens walk with expert Richard Jones; exploring London through Dickens’s eyes.
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Onsite – 2 hours. All workshops are integrated into interactive guided tours of the historic house.
Class of up to 30 students, Off-peak £250 (Jan-Oct), Peak £290 (Nov-Dec). Please enquire for smaller groups.
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We can accommodate a maximum of 30 students per booking slot. We have the capacity to run two half day sessions onsite each day from 10:00 – 12:00 and 13:00-15:00. Please note that for the safety of your group we require a minimum adult-to-student ratio of 1:10 for each onsite booking.
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